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Audrey Swindells - MBE
“We at Bath Postal Museum are very excited about supporting the film in progress “Dolphins in the Sky” under the auspices of Kae Bahar. A film which features Bath and interesting Bath people will undoubtedly communicate a fascinating story. Our Museum story is about the essential development of communication.”
Dan is a Dancer & Media creator who has taught, lectured, choreographed, mentored, performed and consulted for numerous companies and organisations across the UK leading to become a high calibre artist representing the South West.
As the largest independent firm of Chartered Accountants and Tax Advisors based solely in Bath, Richardson Swift is proud to be supporting Dolphins in the Sky. Established in 2009, the 34-strong practice advises local owner-managed businesses, private individuals and their families, specialising in personal and business tax, business services, audit and cloud accounting.
Komedia is Bath’s leading live entertainment venue and a five time winner of the Chortle Award for Best Venue in the West and Wales. We are delighted to support Dolphins in the Sky and to be the location for the film's launch.
Komedia hosts over 400 events per year in a beautifully restored Grade II listed former Beau Nash cinema, Komedia Bath offers an unparalleled programme of comedy, music, cabaret, kids’ events, club nights.
Caroline is a Drama and Art teacher in Oxford and a LAMDA teacher and examiner. She has acted in and directed a number of productions. She worked in production design at Yorkshire TV. She was assistant designer on a production of The Critic at Blenheim Palace directed by Adrian Noble of the RSC. Caroline is very excited to be involved in Kae's film.
Abbey Hotel, Bath
As an independent venue, passionate about the city, it is a delight to be supporting this film. Showcasing the city and supporting a worthy cause, Abbey Hotel, Bath is pleased to be involved with Kae and the Dolphins in the Sky.
Dance Again Foundation enables dancers to get specialist dance medicine help for injury. Although we cover much of the UK, we are based in Bath and are delighted to support any local project that highlights dancers’ health issues and importantly shows what is now available for dancers through our work with the NHS and others.
The Dorothy Coleborn School is a highly regarded School in Bath with a fantastic reputation for creating students aged 3–18 years for the stage. Founded in 1920 by Dorothy Coleborn, the school is now run by her daughter Annabel Hall, and granddaughter, Annette Hind, who has been training the children for the Bath Pantomime for 23 years.
Pomegranate restaurant is a family business run by Kurdish chef Nedim Orak. We have been serving modern Mediterranean cuisine for over a decade now. We’ve always been a part of the community, especially when it comes to promoting Kurds and Kurdish culture. Therefore, we are honoured to support our friend Kae Bahar on his new project, Dolphins In The Sky.
Creative Bath is the network for creative businesses, organisations and projects in Bath and the surrounding areas. “We’re proud to support this independent creative film, especially one produced and created within the city, utilising skilled local people. It’s important to highlight the wealth of creative individuals in Bath – and Dolphins in the Sky is a brilliant way to show, on an international scale, what our small city can do.”
During his 51 years in Bath Jeff has worked for Rotork Ltd, ran his own dental supply business, served 18 years as a local Councillor and was Mayor of Bath 1995/96, 8 years on the RUH board, and 3 years as appointments panel chair for the Judicial Appointments Commission.